Netflix let you watch this movie for free to subscribe to the service

Netflix let you watch this movie for free to subscribe to the service

The war of streaming adds a new chapter, as Netflix in its quest to get more subscribers is making a new strategy: giving a free movie to all those not enrolled in the platform.

Is about To all the boys I fell in love with directed by Susan Johnson and which was one of the most viewed productions of the service in 2018.

What the movie is about:

“The imaginary love life of Lara Jean Song Covey becomes a real chaos after the love letters I wrote to each boy she fell in love with, five in total, are mysteriously sent. From New York Times bestselling author Jenny Han, the film adaptation of the famous young adult novel stars Lana Condor (Alita: Angel of Combat; X-Men: Apocalypse), Janel Parrish (Pretty little liars) and Noah Centineo (Sierra Burgess is a loser; The fosters) ”

What is the hook offered by Netflix ?: Once you finish watching the movie for free, you can subscribe, with the invitation to watch the second part.

This is a new strategy thinking about the emergence of HBO Plus, Disney Plus, Amazon Primer and Apple TV among others.

Netflix also premieres documentary about award-winning film Rome

Another novelty that brings the platform for these last days, is the documentary I walk in Rome, which tells how Alfonso Cuarn built the entire story of Cleo and ancient Mexico that he portrays in the Oscar-winning film.

One of the things that stand out in this material is to explain for example the childhood of Alfonso Cuarn and how this determined part of the process of creating the film and especially the recreation of little that is done of the City of Mexico and the Colonia Roma .

On the other hand, there is a sequence of the documentary that explains how the end of the film was recorded on the beach, in an iconic scene.

In version 91 of the Oscars,RomeHe took three of the ten nominations he had (Best Director, Photographer and Foreign Film).

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